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has to provide us in detail. as soon as they provide us the detail, we'll be able to do an analysis. >> wednesday's hearing showed that both sides are far a part and some worry the request from the cooling off period will take a period to settle. >> that is why we're here, to get a deal for members and get the health and safety precautions in place so our riders are safe in the system. >> reporter: another union walked away from the bargaining table last night. the american fed region of state, county, and municipal employees said that they're too far a part and making no progress and this includes train controllers and told kpix5 that it's resigned to a cooling off period. they expected to meet on tuesday to map out strategies the next 60 days and you can find our continuing coverage. the b.a.r.t. contract talks on our website, and that is on www.kpix.com. >>> the fbi rescued hannah anderson this weekend and killed suspected kidnapper james lee dimaggio. with more on this news, carter evans has an update on the condition this morning. >> reporter: the dramatic announcement came fro
11. thanks for joining us. >> there is lots to talk about in our next half hour,. >> the governor heads to court in 90 minutes requesting a cooling off period that would stop union workers from walking off the job tomorrow morning. let's remind you how we got to this point. both sides missed the first contract deadline of june 30. workers went on strike july 1. that left hundreds of thousands of bay area commuters stuck in massive traffic for four days. a 30-day contract extension brought a second deadline of august 4. they missed that one as well. now a cooling off period may be just around the corner. >> we are here to get a deal. >> things are happening. i think the unions want to look at some things, do some costing of proposals. so we will see where it goes. >> reporter: they took a break just before midnight. the today the governor steps in with his push to block a strike. the stage at the san francisco superior court house. his request a 60-day cooling off period that would allow bart trains to continue operating. this morning union leaders are going over the numbers. >> we
. temperatures today mostly in the 50's to begin with. the entire forecast, coming up. >>> and u.s. embassies closed today. new details on a global travel alert for americans overseas and the safety precautions they're taking. >>> it is 7:30 on sunday, august 4. i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm phil matier. >> we are going to jump right into the bart contract talks, because the clock is ticking right now. negotiations between bart, union workers and management resumed this morning with help from a state mediator. today will be the last time the parties meet before the temporary 30-day contract expires at 11:59 tonight. the two unions representing bart are meeting beforehand. seiu will meet at 9 a.m. about 2600 union workers say they will go on strike if they don't have a deal. bart and union leaders spent more than 13 hours at the bargaining table yesterday. they went home without a deal last night. and the new message from both sides? the talks are moving in the right direction. >> we have a lot at stake here. the idea of taxpayers having to pay more to cover something, there's a lot going on.
as well. it is 8:30 august 25th, thanks for joining us. >> we've got a lot of news to cover in our next hour. we're going to be talking with city attorney here in san francisco about nevada and its practice of dumping mentally ill patients on unexpected -- suspected cities gov giving them a number. first we have developing news. >> well, that is at starting at san francisco an empty party bus, a trail of blood and shell casing it was a celebration that ended in gunfire in san francisco. you can see the map of the area there on your screen police found an abandoned party bus at about 2:15 this morning. we have some pictures from a viewer taken right after the shooting. investigators didn't find anyone inside the bus they did find bullet casings. the fire -- that's the area about the size of chicago. it's only 7% contained. governor brown meanwhile has declared a state of emergency and not just for the fire zone. it covers the city of san francisco. cbs reporter theresa has the latest on the threat and the fire fighting efforts. , which is about four miles from the inferno, the adds conta
the metropolitan transportation commission weighs in. >>> thanks for joining us this morning. i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm phil matier. we have a lot of news to cover. good news about the bay bridge and bolts. we'll be sitting down with someone about that. >> the governor just signed a bill that is giving new rights to transgender students in california. one bay area city already has these rules in effect. we'll take a look at how that is going to spread over the state it's a controversial new law. >>> hillary clinton, is she running for president? she came to san francisco with a message. >>> new this morning. >> san francisco fire chief is banning the use of those video cameras that are mounted on some firefighters helmets. after images became public of the response to the asiana crash. a department rig running over and kill ago girl who was covered with foam. filming the scene may have violated the privacy firefighters and victims. critics say it's better to know what happened and that the department seems concerned about liability. >>> new details of a u.p.s. cargo crash. the cockpit contr
. things for joining us. >> we've got a lot of news and talk to cover in the next hour. hillary clinton back in town kicking off a presidential bid. we will sit down with insiders on that one. >> also the governor just signed a bill protecting the rights of trans-generallers. we will take a look what we can expect as the rules go statewide. >> first new this morning,. >> the fire chief banning the use or san francisco fire chief banning the use of video cameras mounted on helmets. helmet cam video showed a department big rig running over and killing a girl who was covered with fire retardant foam. the chief says filming the scene hey have violated the privacy of firefighters and the victims. >> new details on the crash this past week of a ups cargo jet in alabama. the ntsb says that the cockpit controls were -- on the a-300 were working when the plane went down and an alarm went off seconds before the impact. it killed both pilots. >> three separate shootings in 24 hours in oakland have killed three people since friday night. the latest happened at about 9:30 last night. a woman died in
proposals. they've given us some, we've given them a couple. we'll see where it goes. >> reporter: both sides are still trying to hammer out a deal on the same issues, including pay, health benefit, pension contributions and safety concerns. >> i would say we made some incremental progress. i will tell you that both unions are trying very hard to avert a strike. and we hope that district matches our efforts. >> reporter: that's the goal for both sides but they're running out of time. the. the contract extension ends tonight at 11:59. >> we're trying to make sure that the people when they wake up monday morning are going to have service. again, no one wants to see the service stopped. >> we do not, we did not, we don't want a service disruption in the bay area. we want the district to bargain as hard as we are. >> and get this if the strike happens, officials predict the roads will be ten percent more congested this time around as opposed to the last strike. that is because the last one happened during a holiday week. >>> meanwhile, while we -- one city is stepping up to ease the pain. t
about what progress has been made. >>> it is 7:30. thanks for joining us. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm phil matier. we've got a lot of news and talk to cover in our next hour. >> we are talking about dumping, something that is putting a serious strain on resources in california. san francisco's attorney is going to be here to talk about that. >> that's right. but right now, we have some developing news. >>> a trail of blood and shell casings. a celebration that ended in gunfire in san francisco, south of market district, overnight. police found an abandoned party bus at about 2:15 this morning. on ninth and folsom streets. these pictures are from a viewer. investigators didn't find anybody inside the bus but they did find bullet casings scattered about and a trail of blood leading away from the scene. police are scouring the area, looking for gunshot victims or suspects. >>> strong winds could complicate efforts to battle a giant wildfire near yosemite national park. winds of up to 40 miles an hour could push the fire into the park's northwest edge. so far, the rim fire has burned 203 squar
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